evolving praxis… that grew out of many women’s interconnected sense of self-identity—a deep recognition of interbeing that bridges socially constructed boundaries of class, race, species, sexuality, gender, age, ability, nation, and more—and an “entangled empathy” (Gruen 2012) that brings both compassion and action to the task of alleviating conditions of eco-social injustice. (“Ecofeminism” 68)
A Few Notes
• This is a one-hour, virtual workshop held on Thursday, 17 June, 7PM (PST) / Friday, 18 June, 10AM (SGT).
• Participants will need to bring a poem to the workshop and may be asked to submit their poem ahead of the session.
• This workshop is free to attend, but registration is required.
• Workshop capacity is limited to twenty participants.
• Esther Vincent Xueming’s debut poetry collection, Red Earth, is forthcoming from Blue Cactus Press in Fall 2021.
About the Facilitator
Esther Vincent Xueming is the editor-in-chief and founder of The Tiger Moth Review, an eco journal of art and literature based in Singapore. She is also co-editor of two poetry anthologies, Poetry Moves (Ethos Books, 2020) and Little Things (Ethos Books, 2013). Her debut poetry collection, Red Earth (forthcoming, Fall 2021, Blue Cactus Press), was a finalist for the Gaudy Boy Poetry Book Prize 2020 (New York). Her poems have been published online and in print locally and internationally. She was a Second place winner and finalist at the National Poetry Competition (Singapore) 2020 and 2019 respectively, and a Best New Poets (US & Canada) nominee in 2019. A literature educator by profession, she is passionate about the relationships between art, literature and the environment. Follow her on Twitter @EstherVincentXM.